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Song Released: 2002


Prayer Lyrics

Another dream that will never come true
Just to compliment your sorrow
Another life that I've taken from you
A gift to add on to your pain and suffering
Another truth you can never believe
Has crippled you completely
All the cries you're...

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    anonymous
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    May 4th, 2006 5:34am report


    if you listen to the special DVD thing on the believe album, David himself says that the song is about the book of Job, and how god takes everything away from him. David is simply saying that living his life isn't hard enough, and he wants to test his faith by asking god to take everything away.



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    anonymous
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    Mar 7th, 2006 3:16am report


    actually this is a song about christian faith. When your a chirtian God puts them trough trials to test their faith.

    "Another dream that will never come true..." All this is what God is saying...
    "Let me enlighten you, this is the way I pray... Living just isn't hard enough burn me alive inside..." This is supposed to be the person being tested.

    "Return to me..." All this is also God speaking. After God speaks to your heart after so long he just stops.

    So I can see how people thinks it about his grandfather, but even on the Disturbed Ones forum that they took down fro some reason it said it was christian faith and stuff



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    anonymous
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    Oct 2nd, 10:38am report


    The song speaks for itself. Life is hard, living is hard. Its like we are on our own with no divine intervention. Pointless to believe in something that doesnt aid you (you make me turn away)

    Whats up with all this illuminate bullshit comments.....



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    KATHRYNANN1218
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    Sep 25th, 9:21pm report


    This song is about them being inducted by illuminati. I'm sorry it is NOT ABOUT A CONVERSATION WITH GOD. Thru the lyrics without fronting off the illuminati, they sing "Heaven just isn't hot enough, burn me alive inside." They signed their souls to satan, and now can't go to heaven. That is why heaven isn't hot enough. I don't care what everyone has read about what the lyrics are...I have listened and watched and pride myself on calling bullshit, and what the lyrics say they say and what they really say. Watch and listen for yourself you'll see that CLEARLY THEY SAY HEAVEN JUST IN HOT ENOUGH. Once inducted by illuminati, you are "ENLIGHTENED" As to who we are, who we are meant to be, the future of our planet etc. They sign..."LET ME ENLIGHTENED YOU" another nightmare about to come true will manifest tomorrow. =they know the Illuminatis agenda. You will be horrified. "Will level you completely. "Take everything away" the illuminati is systematically taking everything this country was founded on. People OPEN YOUR EYES...LISTEN AGAIN WITH THEY THINGS IN MIND AND THEn COMMENT AGAIN . Many bands songs are about this. Linkin parks kurks remix.just to mention one speaks of mastering numerolgy, performing labor mies with telekinetic psychology.



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    anonymous
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    Oct 17th, 2013 10:37am report


    I'm not going to speak about the interpretation because it's pretty damn clear anyway, I'm just going to state, David is of Jewish descent. Any religious connotations in this song would therefore be to do with Jewish faith.



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    anonymous
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    Feb 26th, 2013 2:17pm report


    he slightly changes words in the hook and that's what makes the song. At first he blames good for everything by saying YOU make me turn away. That's clearly saying that God is to blame for things that have happened to him. Later he says they, which is extremely important in this song. When he states THEY make you turn away, indicating that God isn't who is making him turn away but yet its other people and himself who cause the problem



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    anonymous
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    Oct 23rd, 2012 10:12pm report


    disturbed is in the illuminati so they are satanist so the song is to satan not god we need to see that i love music more than the next guy but i love GOD more so u understand



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    anonymous
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    May 16th, 2012 5:03am report


    Abviosly this song is about killing black jews and burning them inside out



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    anonymous
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    Mar 12th, 2012 3:43am report


    God does not punish people for their sins until judgement day. you bring hate and crap on yourself because you sin, and David is a christian i have talked to him before.



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    anonymous
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    Jan 1st, 2012 1:58am report


    OR all of this is false,
    And its a song designed to inspire you.
    To motivate you, to realize there are going to be obstacles in life that you must tackle over,

    To inheritly brainwash you to a point in which "Living life isn't hard enough"
    To push yourself to further challenges, and actually SEEK challenge.

    "Bring to life everything you fear"
    Rather than live obliviously as there are SO many things in life that you will have to be ready for to overcome, and to take them headstrong.

    "live in the dark and the world is threatening"
    Realize that life is not in "your favor"
    and that you are going to have to continue pushing yourself further and further through your limits, and realize the friends that are "friends" are also your competition in life.



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    anonymous
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    Dec 23rd, 2011 12:18pm report


    (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCKOxe9z7hU) Here's the exact meaning of the song straight from Disturbed. Most people here are completely wrong. This song is basically about holding on to hope, and making through hardships, and using where ever you get your strength from.(God, yourself or what ever)



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    anonymous
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    Jul 18th, 2011 7:49am report


    The song is about David Draiman's grandfather dying. In the beginning God is telling Draiman his grandfather had dyed. David relates this to the Book of Job, (A Jewish story in the Bible) which is about a man who had many friends, a big family, and wonderful workers. And when Jesus talked to the Devil he bragged about Job and how he praised his name. The Devil said he only worshiped him because of all the nice things he had, so God had killers kill all his workers and friends and made a huge storm that blew down his house and crushed his family, then God covered Joe in sores and he was in terrible pain all day everyday but he still dropped to his knees to praise the lord. David thinks that God might as well take everything away from him so he could prove his faith.



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    anonymous
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    Jul 15th, 2011 7:29am report


    About how faith is put to trial and how one comes to terms with the outcome period.



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    anonymous
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    Feb 22nd, 2011 2:13am report


    "Prayer" actually describes a prayer singer David Draiman is having with God and his grandfather who recently died at the time.



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    anonymous
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    Jan 22nd, 2011 1:59am report


    In the Beginning of the video there is a man with a bible and he is preaching to david. David is totally ignoring the man but he is also showing you that the preachings are always in the back of his mind. he is not a religious man but he still has his faith.



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    anonymous
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    Oct 28th, 2010 10:13pm report


    David is trying to be like Kane from Command and Conquer



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    anonymous
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    Aug 23rd, 2010 8:44am report


    I can see why Christians would interpret the song as being about Christianity, but I doubt it. I don't know about the rest of the band members, but their front-man is Jewish. This vid is probably generally about God than specifically the Christian faith.

    Draimen said himself that this was a conversation between him and God, this right after some bad things happened in his life, as well as the world. It's common for people to blame God, or ask "why, why me, why now?". The lyrics aren't perfectly clear to me, but due to the somewhat uplifting end, I don't think the song is condemning God. The part where it says "another taste of the evil I breed" might sound like the song is saying that God is evil", but God using evil, or his left hand to maneuver the world is a concept that isn't unheard of. Think the song is about and enduring and persevering.

    Oh, and to make everything absolutely clear, I'm agnostic.



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